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The first tale, Method For Murder, involves a horror writer, played by Denholm Elliot, whose most recent literary creation, a maniacal strangler, seems to have come to life, and is lurking in and around the house, being all troublesome and such.
The second story, Waxworks, stars Peter Cushing as a retired investment banker and mysterious goings on at the local wax museum. Seems one of the wax figures in the museum bares an uncanny resemblance to a woman he used to know. This one also has a young Joss Ackland, of whom I vaguely recognized until I remembered him as the head bad guy from Lethal Weapon 2.
The third story, Sweets to the Sweet, stars Christopher Lee in a tale about a child with unnatural abilities. To say anymore would give it away, though you will most likely be able to figure out what's going on before the ending is revealed.
The fourth story, The Cloak, star Jon Pertwee as an egotistical horror actor in search of a realistic cloak for an upcoming role in a horror movie. He does find what he's looking for, and much more.Read more ›
Five stars first of all because of the title. If it isn't the best title of any movie ever, what on earth is? And you know you're into a treat when you watch the rest of the credits: Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Denholm Elliott, Joss Ackland, Ingrid Pitt... But my most vivid memory is still one of NOT seeing it. When it was released I was a wee boy of seven or eight, a good ten years younger than the certificate said I had to be to go and see it at the cinema. But I saw it advertised and was, I remember, desperately frustrated: a film with such a title could not possibly fail, my small boy's bloodthirsty imagination insisted, to be the most brilliant ever made. Older and perhaps wiser (and able to watch it as often as I like without troubling the law), I'll now concede it my well not be the most brilliant, or even anywhere near the scariest, film ever made.Read more ›
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Some say this is Pitt's greatest work but I am on the fence about that.Published 1 month ago by Lee Dowdy
Fine show for a B Drive-In movie. Nothing particularly foul in it. Nothing particularly great. Inoffensive Halloween entertainment.Published 2 months ago by E.C.W.
A fun horror film if you want to relive your childhood!Published 3 months ago by Victoria E. Harris
I liked the story with the little witch girl. She's very cute. All the actors on that story were very good. But the last story with the vampires, was just too ridiculous.Published 3 months ago by g.m.
Cool old fashioned horror movie. Creepy, but not gory. 4 separate stories.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
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